Tuning up with the 64 Studio and JAD audio Linux distros


Article from Issue 86/2008

The 64 Studio and JAD Linux distributions specialize in tools for the audiophile.

On July 27 of this year developers Daniel James and Free Ekanayaka released 64 Studio 2.0, a Debian Etch-based Linux distribution optimized for professional-quality multimedia performance and production. The system’s kernel has been compiled for optimal real-time performance, and the expected Linux applications base has been extended with 64 Studio’s suite of powerful audio/video tools and programs, all built for a pure 64-bit environment.

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